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    Ugandans are now twice as poorer as neighboring Kenyans according to the latest World Bank Development Indicators report.


    The detailed statistical report produced annually by the World Bank put Uganda’s income per capita at $670 against Kenya’s $1,290 , Tanzania’s $920 and Rwanda’s $700.

    Per capita income is a country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) divided by the population to give an indication of the average earnings per person in a year.

    The percentage population of Ugandans in extreme poverty that is, those living on $1.9 a day currently stands at 33% of the population while globally this figure has fallen to 13 per cent from 37 per cent in 1990.

    Uganda’s overall Gross National Income stood $25.3 billion compared to Kenya’s $58.1 and Tanzania’s $46.4 billion in Tanzania.

    The World Bank report puts Uganda’s life expectancy at 58years and its infant mortality rate (number of cases per 1000) at 38, well higher than Kenya’s 36, Tanzania’s 35 and Rwanda’s 31.

    Uganda’s urban population currently stands at 16% of the total population, while neighboring Kenya, this figure is at 25%.

    While more than 80% of Ugandans are dependent on agriculture, the World Bank report shows that Uganda’s agricultural output stands at 27% of the GDP, compared to Kenya’s 30%, Tanzania’s 31% and Rwanda’s 33%.

    Recently, while meeting the members of the outgoing cabinet, President Yoweri Museveni observed that while the NRM government has not addressed all of Uganda’s challenges, its impact has been greatly felt.

    Museveni said that when the National Resistance Movement (NRM) came into power, Uganda had so many problems but majority have since then been resolved. He added that the next term will be much easier, as Uganda will have started exploring its oil.

    “We have finished the issue of the pipeline and are going to start exploring our oil. By 2019, we shall start earning money from the oil,” he said.

    The President described the outgoing cabinet as a tremendous cabinet and that with their experience, they know where things went wrong and right and it will be easier to move forward.

    “This will go on the records of Uganda that this cabinet, this government was steadfast. Where we are going is becoming easier. They played a historical role of discovering oil in 2006, struggled to bring the oil out of the ground and now we are at the threshold. Will use their experience to go forward,” he said.

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    Many FDC stalwarts say that defiance was formulated to be used at the vanguard of the February elections which FDC lost.
    Our candidate has espoused by taking on streets in running battles with police and most of our supporters end up locked or injured. A source said

    A source quoted Besigye’s internal rival Gen Mugisha Muntu telling the meeting that however much he tried to swing the party infrastructure behind defiance, FDC has no established structures across the country.
    . “My position is that if as a party, we are not organized even in defiance we can’t remove NRM,” Muntu said.

    #462

    NCPF AND ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT.

    The National Crime Preventers Forum’s mandate as per it’s partnership with the Uganda Police Force has been to mobilize, sensitize, organize and coordinate crime preventers and their activities. We as an organisation are proud of what we have achieved so far. With 11 million crime preventers and their strong coordination team we are proud to announce that we are the strongest organised massive patriotic movement this country has ever had despite other challenges we face of course.
    However, a massive group like this may not only be maintained by only organization and coordination there is another element that must be added to have a strong cohesive group. Economic empowerment. NCPF has been laying strategies for that. Our crime preventers must be economical empowered as they are keeping their communities safe.
    Different projects have been mobilized.
    1. Catering project. The forum has a contract of supplying, cooking and serving food to police officers across the country. More than 2000 crime preventers are employed as cooks and over 200 crime preventers groups are supplying a variety of food stuffs to the police. This project alone has generated some income to more than 10000 crime preventers.
    2. Construction project. The Uganda Police is partnering with the forum to construct more than 10000 housing units for the police in Kampala Metropolitan area alone. The forum as I am writing is looking for 6000 engineers. These include; carpenters, planners, surveyors, welders, block makers. Actually we have a team of crime preventers at our Naguru site who have started making blocks. If your are an engineer by all means then your welcome to be part of us but you must first be a crime preventer of course.
    3. Workers cooperatives. The forum is helping crime preventers organise themselves in workers cooperatives. This is because as a forum we understand that different professions have different opportunities and therefore these cooperatives are formed according to the professions and expertise. For example we have formed an engineers cooperative already and we have also set up a law firm.
    4. Mwangaza SACCO. This is a national crime preventers SACCO. We currently have a membership of 45000, share capital of close to 400 million and a loan portfolio of close to 200 million. The SACCO is targeting all the 11 million crime preventers by the end of 2018. We are happy to find out that our crime preventers have earned a living from this SACCO.
    It will remain the forum’s priority to fight poverty and contribute to improvement of the economic welfare of our people and the country at large.
    We would like to thank the Uganda Police Force, our allies in this, well wishers and everyone who associates with what we do for the guidance and support rendered to us. We call upon everyone for this noble cause.
    I thank you.
    NCPF MANAGEMENT

    #463

    If Hon M. Muhanga sold her cows, goats and everything to buy UBC land at 10.2 billions;
    Are my cows, goats and (everything) worthy 10.2 billions!!! OK! assume that the cows and goats are worthy 6.2 billions, Where can I get a sugar mummy to buy my everything at 4 billions??? I think I need bailout.. Uganda Zaabu.

    #464

    NRA CHRONICLES: WHO KILLED DR ANDREW KAYIIRA???
    “””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””
    MY INVESTIGATIONS STARTS WITH 3 SUSPECTS.
    1- GEN DAVID SEJUSA/TINYEFUZI
    2- GEN AKANDWANAHO SALIM SALEH
    3 – FORMER PRIME MINISTER AMAMA MBABAZI
    “”””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””
    These are the architects of this mode of the decptive dualogue and reconciliation are now it’s victims. They took part in most critical decisions relating to some killings.
    I SUGGEST WE REQUIRE THEM TO TELL THE COUNTRY THE TRUTH AND MOST HONEST TRUTH. THIS COULD BE A FIRM FOUNDATION FOR THE FUTURE HEALING AND RECONCILIATION.

    #465

    SALIM SALEH SMUGGLES BANK OF UGANDA GOLD

    According to the National mining policy since 1963 , for every Gold that is extracted from Ugandan soil , 30% of the Gold is supposed to be deposited in Bank of Uganda national Gold reserve safe ,
    The earlier patriotic governments used this Gold to strengthen our currency ,
    Unfortunately , Museveni and Salim Saleh exclusively have been smuggling this Gold to their personal Gold accounts in Switzerland Banks ,
    Through a heavily guarded special forces covet convoy , plus a national power blackout on Wednesday night , Gold was smuggled from Bank of Uganda through Entebbe highway to an air force flight.